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Entering the first week of the NFL regular season, a number of teams -- including the Texans and the Chargers -- had better odds to win the Super Bowl than the Eagles did.
Pro Bowl guard Zack Martin has noticed a difference in Elliott, who is approaching the season with a chip on his shoulder.
Aaron Rodgers may follow the lead of Tom Brady after signing a contract worth $134 million that takes him into 2023 season, when he turns 40.
The Super Bowl MVP will watch the Eagles raise their banner Thursday, then take the field in what could be an audition for his next team.
The Falcons QB, who couldn't cut it in youth football as a fullback, isn't dwelling on past losses but instead is focusing on another Super Bowl run.
Le'Veon Bell stayed home another day, and teammates were livid. Where will this stalemate go? There's a lot to unpack from both sides' perspective.
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After missing 15 games last season with the third major knee injury of his career, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Sam Bradford called it "a blessing" to be able to come back and play this season.
Will Eric Berry be ready to play against the Chargers in the season opener? What about Joey Bosa? NFL Nation offers insight on all the key injuries.
Antonio Gates was back practicing with the Chargers on Wednesday and getting ready for the opener against the Chiefs, though coach Anthony Lynn still needs to gauge the tight end's conditioning before making any decisions on whether he plays Sunday.
Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott is playing with a chip on his shoulder this season. He missed six games because of a suspension last season and didn't perform as well as he had in his rookie year. Now he's out to prove he's the best back in the game.
Rookie linebacker Shaquem Griffin, the first player with one hand to be drafted in the NFL's modern era, will start in Week 1 for the Seahawks.
Bears defensive end Akiem Hicks can't contain his excitement about new teammate Khalil Mack. He says the Packers line won't be able to block the one-time defensive player of the year, and that will give the Bears more opportunities for one-on-ones..
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck faces the final hurdle in his comeback on Sunday, when he'll play his first regular-season game in nearly two years against the Bengals.
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LeSean McCoy, who was sued by his ex-girlfriend in relation to a July 10 home invasion in which she was beaten and robbed, said he's just focused on the Ravens.
Le'Veon Bell is not expected to play for the Steelers on Sunday, barring an unforeseen development, a source told ESPN, and agent Adisa Bakari hinted his client might be willing to wait it out longer.
The Giants' Odell Beckham Jr. insists he won't let Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey get into his head this week.
The Saints waived rookie Boston Scott, leaving Alvin Kamara and newly-signed veteran Mike Gillislee as the only two running backs on their active roster.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera said that wide receiver Curtis Samuel will miss Carolina's opener Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys due to what he called a "medical illness." Rivera did not give specifics.